Airtel to Build Internet Fibre in Western Uganda

[Observer] Airtel Africa, mother firm of Airtel Uganda, will this year build an internet fiber network in western Uganda, thanks to support from social networking giant Facebook.

[Observer] Airtel Africa, mother firm of Airtel Uganda, will this year build an internet fiber network in western Uganda, thanks to support from social networking giant Facebook.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Report On Doctors’ Strike to Be Presented in Court

[Nation] The final report on the negotiations to end the 93-day-old strike by doctors in public hospitals will be presented in the Court of Appeal on Tuesday even as sources privy to the talks say “they are far from over” but are hopeful of “white smoke”.

[Nation] The final report on the negotiations to end the 93-day-old strike by doctors in public hospitals will be presented in the Court of Appeal on Tuesday even as sources privy to the talks say "they are far from over" but are hopeful of "white smoke".

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Why Mudavadi’s Supporters Want Him to Fly Nasa Presidential Flag

[Nation] He came around when the Cord trio of Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetang’ula had been running around the country for four years galvanizing support for the Opposition and badly needed to be re-energised. Mr Musalia Mudavadi willingl…

[Nation] He came around when the Cord trio of Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetang'ula had been running around the country for four years galvanizing support for the Opposition and badly needed to be re-energised. Mr Musalia Mudavadi willingly joined them, giving the team fresh impetus, and now his backers want him to fly Nasa's presidential ticket.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Panic As Airport Expansion Displaces Agriculture Workers

[Monitor] The looming eviction of ministry of Agriculture staff residing near Entebbe International Airport to pave way for the expansion of the airport, has left the affected persons concerned. Questions have been raised and accusations of collusion o…

[Monitor] The looming eviction of ministry of Agriculture staff residing near Entebbe International Airport to pave way for the expansion of the airport, has left the affected persons concerned. Questions have been raised and accusations of collusion on the part of those driving the project are flying about.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Government Takes Over Power Distribution in 7 Districts

[Monitor] Kyenjojo -The Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (UEDCL), a government agency, has taken over from Ferdsult Engineering Services Ltd, a private company, the distribution of electricity in parts of western Uganda.

[Monitor] Kyenjojo -The Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (UEDCL), a government agency, has taken over from Ferdsult Engineering Services Ltd, a private company, the distribution of electricity in parts of western Uganda.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

N’East Crisis Is World’s Largest, Most Neglected Region, Says UN Security Council

[This Day] Abuja -The United Nations Security Council has described the humanitarian crisis in Nigeria’s North-east and Lake Chad Basin region as not just the largest humanitarian crisis the world has ever faced but regrettably the most neglected and f…

[This Day] Abuja -The United Nations Security Council has described the humanitarian crisis in Nigeria's North-east and Lake Chad Basin region as not just the largest humanitarian crisis the world has ever faced but regrettably the most neglected and forgotten.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria